Colouring in for Adults
(cheaper than therapy)
I spied the ‘Colour me Good’ colouring books and paper dolls for adults some time ago and when I was struggling to think of something to go with Dan’s terribly boring Christmas present (tool as requested), these came to mind. Dan loves hip hop (as do I); mostly Australian hip hop with its political lyrics and brilliant beat – but some American hip hop occasionally sneaks in. So ‘Colour Me Good: Hip Hop’ was a stroke of genius if I do say so myself. As I was purchasing it online, I looked at the other titles and ‘Colour Me Good: Ryan Gosling’ came up – which clearly I HAD to purchase for Eden Riley who was spending Christmas with my family. Eden talks often of her adoration of Ryan Gosling – understandable really.
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Dan has loved this colouring in book a little too much. Granted he has a degenerative spine which means he needs a far bit of downtime, but really? Do you know how many times I’ve found him on the deck with the girls colouring in – not that they are allowed to touch his colouring in book. And he texted to me one day to ask if we had any gold pens or pencils so he could finish his ‘Biggy Smalls’ picture…ending the text with ‘RIP Biggie Smalls’ – I assume his demise was some time ago, not as a result of Dan going over the colouring in lines. Glad he liked his present I guess. A selection of the titles available in the series are at the end of this post, or see here.
Someone else who loved their present was my dad, who you can read more about here. He spent a fair amount of time on our family holiday connecting dots; 1000 dots to be exact. It take much longer than you would anticipate. For my full review of these books see here.Booktopia. You can also compare prices on Fishpond and Bookworld for Australian purchases.If you live in the US or would prefer to use Amazon click here. If you live in the UK or would prefer to use Book Depository click here. Purchases clicked through from the Children’s Books Daily site result in a small commission. Commission is used in part to maintain Children’s Books Daily and to support community groups which connect children with books.